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Original Farceur Craig Lauzon Says He’ll Miss Ex-PM Stephen Harper

Although Craig Lauzon of CBC-TV’s Air Farce is of Ojibwa descent, he also is one of the Last of the Mohicans.  One of the three last remaining members of the original Air Farce comedy troupe, that is.

 

For David Ferry, stuff did indeed happen this year, in November.

He and Toronto’s Coalmine Theatre’s production of Jez Butterworth’s “The River,” directed by Ted Dykstra, earned unanimous popular and critical acclaim.  He starred in a role that Hugh Jackman played on Broadway to much attention last year.

Wednesday, 16 December 2015 16:45

Christmas Eve Celebration – Roy Thomson Hall

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Jackie Richardson, Jeigh Madjus and Kelly Holiff Lead MCC Toronto’s 26th Annual Christmas Eve Celebration at Roy Thomson Hall

Following its 25th anniversary last year, the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto (MCC Toronto) will return to Roy Thomson Hall a week from tomorrow for its annual Christmas Eve Service and Celebration.  It is a much-anticipated, inclusive event that is a popular tradition of Toronto’s festive time of year, attracting people of all faiths and backgrounds.

Wednesday, 16 December 2015 16:36

A Very Soulpepper Christmas Concert

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

A Week of Merriment – “A Very Soulpepper Christmas” concerts debut this Saturday, Dec. 19th

Four concerts until Boxing Day – Saturday, Dec. 26th

“A soul! A soul!  A soul cake!

Please good Missis a soul cake!” – Traditional

Canada’s national jazz/blues singing treasure Jackie Richardson is sprinkling a little “pepper” on our soul cakes for a week of holiday concerts starting this Saturday night.

Friday, 11 December 2015 17:21

A SALUTE TO FRANK SINATRA

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Jackie Richardson and Brent Carver Lead Sensational Musical Tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes on 100th Anniversary of His Birth

Sold-out. A limited number of Rush Tickets will be available starting 90 minutes before the concert. 

Tomorrow night (Saturday) at Toronto's Koerner Hall, some of Canada’s finest artists will do it their way.

Internationally renowned Jackie Richardson and Tony Award-winner Brent Carver, two of Canada’s most beloved national performing treasures, will lead the all-Canadian line-up of this salute to the Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra.

Tomson Highway Cabaret Preview

Songs in the Key of Cree – Sunday, Dec. 13TH, 8:30 p.m.

Order of Canada member  Tomson Highway to perform retrospective musical cabaret with special guests this weekend

 “One of the 100 most important people in Canadian history” – Maclean’s magazine, 1998

‘(Highway is) a master of the playful pastiche….his work is giddy humour and warmth of spirit, which bathes the audience’ – The Globe and Mail

A Music Memory at Song & Script    

Good grief!  “A Charlie Brown’s Christmas” turns 50 this year!  Lucky it’s a timeless and beloved perennial.

Time to gather everyone around your own Snoopy doghouse for a rousing round of “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” or even a Vince Guaraldi karaoke party. To celebrate, it airs tomorrow night… Monday, Nov. 30th… and again on Christmas Eve. 

Sunday, 29 November 2015 12:11

Happy, Happy! Joy, Joy!

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Naughty and Nice – a Broadsway Christmas

Stuff the turkey, lace the egg nog, dig in the sauce –cranberry, that is, (save the rum and coke for later) -- and crank up the Grammy-phone because once again, it’s beginning to look a lot like Broadsway!

Heather Bambrick, Julie Michel and Dianne Leah follow their popular debut CD “Old Friends” with “The Most Wonderful Time… Maybe. “

Ba-da-da-dum (snap, snap), Ba-da-da-dum (snap, snap), Ba-da-da-dum, Ba-da-da-dum, Ba-da-da-dum (snap, snap).

It’s the intro to arguably the most famous theme song in entertainment history.

People from Toronto to Tokyo to Tahiti can name that tune in just four triplet eighth notes and two finger snaps.  Don’t let it fool you – it’s not the “Prologue / Jets Song” from “West Side Story.”

Wednesday, 04 November 2015 17:11

“The River” at Coal Mine Theatre a Must-See

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

It’s rare for audiences to see one of Canada’s most brilliant actors perform intensely in such an intimate space as the Coal Mine Theatre (CMT).

Here’s a chance right now until to see multi-award-winner David Ferry in Jez (“Jerusalem”) Butterworth’s `The River’ until Nov. 22nd in CMT’s temporary space at 982 Danforth Ave.  It’s located just around the corner from the Donlands subway station.

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